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Pruhonice Park

Zamek 1, Pruhonice 252 43, Czech Republic
+420 271 015 233
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Beautiful park

Great for 2 hours trip or also whole day trip - combination of walking & picnic. Park is huge with... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Dorota B
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What an awesome place!

I haven’t been in this park before even though I lived in Prague for many years. And I was... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Barb B
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Pruhonice Park and Castle, classified as part of the Historic Centre of Prague - UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1992, is one of the crown jewels of the Czech Republic's national historical parks and an exceptional example of a European landscape park of this style. Covering an area of approximately 250 hectares, the park has a privileged location just 15 kilometres southeast of Prague, making it easily accessible and a perfect destination for either a sunny afternoon or a long weekend. Pruhonice Park is home to 1,600 different kinds of plants, including 8,000 rhododendrons (one of the largest collection in the world) and a unique 3-hectar Alpinum, as well as ponds and streams, 25 kilometers of pathways and a beautiful castle complex with its old church dating from 12th century. This rich combination of natural, cultural, and scenic values, together with a host of exceptional scientific and recreational opportunities, makes Pruhonice Park and Castle an inspiring example of Earth's most important heritage and perhaps Prague best getaway.Nowadays, Pruhonice Park is part of the Institute of Botany of the ASCR, one of the research institutes of the Academy of Science of the Czech Republic, that besides to conduct fundamental research on species, populations and communities of plants, is the organization responsible for its management and maintenance.
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Zamek 1, Pruhonice 252 43, Czech Republic
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+420 271 015 233
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Great for 2 hours trip or also whole day trip - combination of walking & picnic. Park is huge with free botanic garden. 3 € is the entry per person. Park is near highway from Prague to Brno or Bratislava.

Thank Dorota B
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I haven’t been in this park before even though I lived in Prague for many years. And I was impressed. So clean, beautiful place with many walks and places to sit and relax. We loved it.

Thank Barb B
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We came to Pruhonice Park more or less by chance and were overwhelmed. This must be the most overlooked sight of Prague and definitely my no. 1 in the region. If you are into nature and landscapes this is the place for you. The 10+...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a great park but the toilet facilities are horrible come on just one toilet in the hole park what are you supposed to do when you get to the other end of the park? What suppose you need to take a dump do...More

Thank Prague2016
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Reviewed 15 May 2018

This awansome park with Chateau is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It won't suprise you, when you get there. Huge areal with small church, chateau, lakes, fatewalls, river and most importatnt bohanical collection of domestic and exotic flowers and trees. This park is...More

Thank janajot
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Reviewed 9 May 2018 via mobile

An amazing place to visit, so clean and well kept, cheap entrance (80 kc an adult and 50kc for kids/students/seniors) very friendly atmosphere, cheap coffee and Ice cream shop with big variety of ice cream I even found a kosher one!!) Free toilet, Lots of...More

Thank bird770
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Reviewed 9 May 2018

This park has its peak of charm in May when azaleas and rhododendrons are in full flower - we actually call the park before going to see in what flowing stage they are as if you catch just few bushes in flower it`s not so...More

Thank LaraKZ
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Reviewed 5 May 2018

Great for the whole day or just a couple of hours. Many walking paths in a beautifully maintained park. Lots of trees and blooming shrubs to admire. The castle is very scenic as well but we didn’t go in.

Thank Msolo67
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Reviewed 28 April 2018

I visited this Park with it's amazing castle with my son and his wife on a gorgeous warm spring day. It is impossible to see everything on a single visit. The plants, trees, and water features are beautiful, stunning views and landscapes. Lots of information...More

Thank Carol G
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Reviewed 28 April 2018 via mobile

This park is well taking care of. Nice place to take the family out of Prague not too far from the city. Relaxing and nicely flowered.

Thank Johan A C
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John W
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Response from _9_Falcon_ | Reviewed this property |
The bus stop is called Pruhonice - like the village name - the park is across the road from Hotel?restaurant Paloma which you will see when you get off the bus stop which is opposite Grosetto Pruhonice Restaurant.
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Liz W
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Response from Loreen K | Reviewed this property |
Hello, problem being the info is only available on the Czech version of site,You can rent a scooter, you need to put a deposit of 2000 kc down ( the rental is free), but prior to visit first make arrangements via email... More
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